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Edo Pop: Japanese Prints 1825 – 1895

Travel to the bustling metropolis of Edo through 19th-century Japanese woodblock prints. Discover the dynamic history of Edo (1604-1868), modern day Tokyo, a thriving hub that flourished during a time of seclusion and tranquillity. Focusing on the period 1825 – 1895, this will be the first public display for a number of these works, which were hugely popular in 19th century Japan and also in Europe, where prints were collected by artists including Rossetti, Whistler, Van Gogh and Monet.
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19 Mar -
 6 Oct '24

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Edo Pop: Japanese Prints 1825 – 1895
From £7.50 / person

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